Social media in the classroom

Social media in the classroom

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The Twitter and Facebook logos along with binary cyber codes are seen in an illustration. (Reuters) The announcement by the Tunisian Ministry of Education in late November that it is introducing courses on social media in the public school syllabus does not come a moment too soon in the North African nation — or the
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A new Facebook News tab is starting to roll out in the United States

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Facebook began testing a new home for news in its mobile app today called Facebook News. It will roll out to a few hundred thousand users in the United States and host reporting from big publishers, including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and BuzzFeed. Facebook is paying some (but not all) participating publishers for their work, offering a
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How the Pixel 4 epitomizes Google’s hardware gamble

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Allow me to play Mr. Obvious for a moment: The Pixel 4 is a phone. That much is plainly apparent — right? Hang on, though, because there’s a twist: This week’s Google event, at which the Pixel 4 was officially launched, wasn’t really about phones. It wasn’t about laptops, either. At its core, it wasn’t
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Helping the Indian hardware ecosystem catch up with the best globally is the Intel India Maker Lab programme

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When it comes to software, there are plenty of names to go around in India but the progress China or Taiwan has made over a couple of decades in hardware innovations remains two steps ahead. In 2016, Intel started the Intel India Maker Lab programme to create a vibrant hardware-based innovation ecosystem in India, addressing
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The family of the Facebook employee who committed suicide has hired a law firm to investigate

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A law firm representing the family of the Facebook employee who committed suicide this month announced it is conducting an investigation into the circumstances of the death. “We’re trying to sort through all the information to secure the truth,” Qiaojing Ella Zheng, senior counsel at Sanford Heisler Sharp, told CNBC on Monday. Sanford Heisler Sharp represents the family of Qin Chen,
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How’d Your Team Do, Twitter Edition: Eli Manning and the New York Giants are the laughing stock of the NFL

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It’s time to bench Eli Manning, for good. There, I said it. Technically, I said it already, back when I declared that photo of Eli sitting in his locker and putting on his left shoe with that same mouth-breathing look he’s had on his face since he exited the womb the saddest photo of his career.
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Facebook Dating launches in the United States today

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Nearly a year after it began testing in Colombia, Facebook Dating is now available in the United States. The product, which is available to users 18 and older, will appear as a new tab within the Facebook mobile app. People who opt in to Dating can create a profile that’s separate from their main Facebook profile
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THE GORGEOUS HARDWARE WE CAN’T TAKE OUR EYES AWAY FROM

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High resolution digital cameras are built into half of the devices we own (whether we want them or not), so why is it still so hard to find good pictures of all the incredible projects our readers are working on? In the recently concluded Beautiful Hardware Contest, we challenged you to take your project photography to
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The Best SSDs For Gaming

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Between gaming and creative pros, it is hard to decide which group of computer users needs a faster computer hard drive. Although I shared a range of drives for photographers and videographers in last week’s external hard drive post, this one also will include a few internal hard drives for gamers. Any gamer will tell
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How mobile manufacturing made the most of ‘Make in India’

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From just two mobile phone manufacturing units in 2014 to 268 mobile handset and accessories manufacturing units in 2019 which has led to 95 per cent of mobile phones sold in the country being produced domestically, the star in India’s “Make in India” story is indeed shining. In fact, India is today the second-largest mobile
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